August 17, 2012

My hungry heart – recipe

From underneath the hard red Kalahari Desert soil in the south-eastern part of the country, Kalahari truffles will erupt only in honour of good rain – […]
May 23, 2013

Forget-me-not coffee shop – Rundu

When Dana Grobbelaar moved to Rundu many moons ago, she missed her former flower shop in Grootfontein so much that she decided to name her newfound […]
January 1, 2014

Market madness at Shalom

Each and every Saturday morning, a little oasis on the edge of the desert comes to life with local entrepreneurs selling their wares under the shade […]
January 4, 2014

!Nara joy

As a unique thorny shrub that is endemic to the Namib Desert, the !nara is renowned for bearing nutritious fruit with seeds containing valuable oil. And […]
January 6, 2014

Happy hens

As the producers of ‘Namibian free-range eggs laid with love’, the birds at Happy Hens are indeed what their owner claims they are. Happy! Because they […]
August 8, 2014

Forgotten food

Text and photographs Christie Keulder In addition to breathtaking landscapes and abundant wildlife, Namibia offers the visitor a unique eating experience. For most locals, meat is […]
October 24, 2014

Battle Bambara Nut

Text and photographs Christie Keulder – See more Foodie articles from the writer HERE at The Curious Kitchen It started so pleasantly. It was still early […]
December 30, 2014

Maguni Ice Cream Recipe

By Christie Keulder Maguni (monkey orange) ice-cream recipe Maguni has the flavour of a very complex, tropical fruit salad and is the ideal local fruit for […]
December 8, 2015

Life on a table recipe #4 – Lesley’s crayfish salad

Our dear friends Lesley and Gerrit Wyma live in Stellenbosch, South Africa. They are the owners of Cape Hutton Wines, which have won many international awards. We spend quality time together when they visit us on the farm every six weeks. Lesley makes this crayfish salad with its wonderfully fresh and clean taste.